Innovative qPCR using interfacial effects to enable low threshold cycle detection and inhibition relief
Smartphone app is quantifying E. coli and Salmonella from paper microfluidics
Flow-resistant adhesion and proliferation of HUVECs on nanostructured ensemble surface
Fibroblast spreading on nanostructured ensemble surface in organ-on-a-chip
Optofluidic lab-on-a-chip is coupled with a smartphone as an optical detector
Smartphone develops a taste for red wine
Our DOTS qPCR paper, just published in
, is being highlighted in numerous news magazines and websites:
Farewell, Dr. Dustin!
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